The Los Angeles auxiliary bishops discusses his new book on the sex-abuse scandal, Letter to a Suffering Church, with the Register.
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COMMENTARY: So let’s be part of the solution.
EDITORIAL: Apostolic letter’s framework for moving forward must be seen only as one major component in a universal and comprehensive response to the worldwide sex-abuse crisis.
‘You Are the Light of the World’ to serve as starting point for U.S. bishops’ meeting.
In a German-language essay published Thursday, the pope emeritus provides a way forward.
Returning to the Vatican from Morocco, the Holy Father said to defeat the spirit of evil requires fighting against it.
The Holy Father’s request comes shortly after the laicization of Theodore McCarrick, the former cardinal-archbishop of Washington, D.C. found guilty of sexually abusing adults and minors by the Vatican.
Catholic psychiatrist and ethicist Aaron Kheriaty offers spiritual tips on living out New Year’s intentions and responding constructively to the sex-abuse crisis.
The Cardinal, who is head of the Commission for the Protection of Minors, forwarded concerns about the N.Y. archdiocese allowing a priest under investigation for sexually abusing minors to remain in active ministry until the N.Y. Times report.
John Paul the Great University in California said the N.Y. archdiocese lied in their Dec. 4 letter stating Father Donald Timone ‘without qualification’ was fit to serve as a visiting priest, when he was under investigation for sex abuse since Autumn.